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Waitangi Treaty Grounds 2-Day Pass

1. Waitangi Treaty Grounds 2-Day Pass

Visit the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, New Zealand’s premier historic site, with a 2-day pass. Valid for two consecutive days, your pass includes an informative 50-minute guided tour, introductory film, and 30-minute cultural performance. The Waitangi Treaty Grounds are where New Zealand’s most significant document was signed. Watch an introductory film about the Treaty of Waitangi. Embark on a 50-minute tour with a local guide, with headsets provided so that you can hear clearly. Stroll through the beautiful grounds and admire panoramic views of the Bay of Islands. See the world’s largest ceremonial war canoe, and stand in the spot where the treaty was signed. Visit the Museum of Waitangi Te Kongahu to see permanent and changing exhibits, and explore the educational center. Make use of multimedia and visual displays as you admire taonga (treasures). Enjoy a 30-minute cultural performance at the magnificently carved meeting house. Te Pitowhenua, a performing arts group, will invite you inside with a traditional Maori powhiri (welcome). Poi twirling, Maori weaponry, stick games, heavenly harmonies, and a traditional haka dance will leave you spellbound.

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Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 7 reviews

Well worth the money. Guided tour takes about 50 mins, kapa haka 30 mins and for me, visits to both the Waitangi museum and Te Rau Aroha museum took about 2 hours. I know a fair bit about the treaty yet still learned something from the tour. Our guide was friendly, knowledgeable and patient. The kapa haka performance was very entertaining yet polished. Had lunch at the cafe there - tasty food at reasonable prices. You won’t regret this experience.

We had a guided tour with Mr Busby he was very knowledgeable had a lively relatable non threatening delivery style. The museum had a great flow very interesting held our attention and delivered historic information that was easy to understand for adults and children.

Well worth the experience. Would highly recommend. Staff are very helpful and friendly and tour guides are amazing with all their knowledge. Cultural performance is a must see!

Had a great time, learnt so much, guides and facilities were excellent. Very different from when I was there 18 years ago. A must do, for any Kiwi

Was definitely worth the $. Beautiful place to visit.